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StarCraft II Line-Up for CeBIT determined
Following the finish of Intel Extreme Masters Katowice, the season ranking has been updated. The 24 StarCraft II players who are qualified for CeBIT have been determined. In League of Legends the final ranking will come after Intel Extreme Masters Brazil has taken place.

The World Championship will take place at the CeBIT in Hanover, Germany from the 5th - 9th of March 2013.

StarCraft II - These players qualified for Hanover

Following the conclusion of Intel Extreme Masters Katowice, Polish Zerg Nerchio is the leader of the season ranking heading into CeBIT. A total of 13 players that participated in Poland collected enough ranking points throughout the season to make it into the Top 24. Among them are the finalists First, who won a direct seed, and Dream. German Protoss Socke, who won the SICK NERD BALLER title in Katowice, is also qualified for Hanover.

Full Season Ranking




League of Legends - Who will win Brazil?

Intel Extreme Masters Brazil will take place from the 29th January to 2nd February at Campus Party 2013 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It will be the last League of Legends stop before the World Championship. The ranking is currently lead by Gambit Gaming who won gamescom and Katowice, followed by MeetYourMakers from Poland. The final Top 12 of the season ranking will be qualified for CeBIT.

Come to CeBIT

If you want to visit the World Championship of Intel Extreme Masters at CeBIT, check out our Travel Website with helpful links for your travel and accommodation.

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meth, Thursday, 24/01/13 16:59
 
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Why is the IEM event only 16 years and older? Don't really get that, they are some younger fans as well!
LTI wrote:
Why is the IEM event only 16 years and older? Don't really get that, they are some younger fans as well!


yeah so many 11-14years old LoL kids.
Go MaNa! Go MaNa!
paiX wrote:
LTI wrote:
Why is the IEM event only 16 years and older? Don't really get that, they are some younger fans as well!


yeah so many 11-14years old LoL kids.


This! :D
LTI wrote:
Why is the IEM event only 16 years and older? Don't really get that, they are some younger fans as well!


Thanks for the heads-up, that's a mistake in the travel guide. It was 16+ last year because of Counter-Strike and German laws...

We can not yet give a statement on the age limit this year. It will most likely be open for all ages, but we can't confirm this yet. We will update the travel guide as soon as we know for sure.
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